This week Matt is joined by singer/songwriter Bright Kelly! The two talk about Bright’s band, The Great Enough, his solo work, and his live Twitch concerts. They also discuss what it’s like being a musician during a pandemic. The gents also chat about their favorite badass Kate Nyx, human connection during a time of isolation, and learning to communicate better in an all-digital age.
In this episode, Matt is joined by the delightful, fun, and charming Jason Ritter for: a chat about the phenomenon that is Gravity Falls, Jason’s role in Frozen 2, their mutual love of gaming new and old, and Jason’s work on Drunk History and Another Period. They also show some love for previous guest (and sister) Carly Ritter as well as discuss a deep dive into their quarantine music picks.
This week Matt welcomes emcee, singer, dancer, actor, writer, and director Abe Goldfarb! The two chat about Abe’s time with Beetlejuice The Musical, his directorial debut with The Horror At Gallery Kay, as well as how he got his start in the business of show. They also discuss the plethora of voice acting gigs Abe’s had, ranging from Pathfinder: Kingmaker to Pokémon to Boy Girl Dog Cat Mouse Cheese, and more.
This week Matt welcomes actor, writer, singer and internet nerd, Lisa Foiles, to the show. Lisa has a brand new fantasy/fiction book called “Ash Ridley and the Phoenix” out right now. Lisa chats with Matt about the origins of her new book, the process of writing it, getting it published, and the difficulties along the way. They also talk about her cat nemesis Kevin, creating on YouTube, returning to song writing, growing up a child actor and finding your focus to grow what you love.
On this week’s episode, Matt welcomes Jenn de la Vega to the show! She is a caterer, food stylist, recipe developer, and shadow runner. The two discuss how Jenn got involved with the podcast Fun City, how she got started with cooking and catering, her band The Shortsleeves, as well as the origins of Randwiches, and her book “Showdown: Comfort Food, Chili & BBQ.”
This week, Matt welcomes back the brilliant and bombastic musician and maker Kate Nyx for a chat. Their conversation spans the evolution of Kate’s music and online career, from finding her place on the internet to the burdens and bonuses of maintaining a social media presence, and why personal connection is the key to reaching a wider audience. They also love on her cat, the mighty hunter Winslow, and her incredible spouse (and previous guest), professional wrestler Ophidian the Cobra.
This week, Matt welcome performer, actor, singer, musician ,and producer Cassie Nadeau (aka Miss So and So) to the show. The two chat about Cassie’s roots, her latest EP, “A Night Of Obsession,” and her production company, Full Bodied Sound. They also chat about the show she’s in, Truffles, what other artists and art inspires Cassie ,as well as her plans for upcoming singles from the EP and live performances.
It’s that time again! Matt wraps up 2019 by sharing some of his favorite media, moments, event, and accomplishments, as well as being honest about his year, how he’s feeling, and what the future holds. He takes some time to thank those have made an impact on him and supported him over this past year. See you in 2020 and remember… Music is life and life is good!
This week on the program, Matt welcomes Lord Xzae, Philonius Phunk, Terrible Toad King, SirenSeraph and SwagSwitcha, also known as the hip hop supergroup Symphonic Pheenix Force! With Matt, SPF talks about their origins, their new record, “Art Of Fusion,” their writing process, collaborations, influences, and inspirations. They also chat about how they choose their samples, MAGFest 2019, live shows, how they spend their down time and what the future of SPF looks like.
On the podcast this week, Matt is joined by nerd, rapper, dancer, actor and Nintendo lover, Super Smack. Together the two of them discuss Super Smack’s performance origins, his latest EP, “Neon Red,” song writing, collaborations, and his earliest gaming memories. They also discuss Smack’s roots in musical theater, his presence and plans for YouTube, tour life, his music videos and upcoming projects.